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Film Inquiry Podcast Episode 6: Summer Movie Preview

In this episode of the Film Inquiry podcast, Jay & Mike talk upcoming movies, and slowly lose their minds.

Do you know what madness is? Have you ever wanted to observe it in its raw and natural state? Maybe you’re not as morbid as myself, but if you are interested in the rantings of lunatics, well now here’s your chance!

On our sixth and longest episode yet, Jay and I slowly lose our minds as we discuss the upcoming summer movie season. Honestly, I think this is the best episode of the Film Inquiry podcast yet, and you can tell how daunting it is to talk about so many movies in a short amount of time. But it’s all good fun. We had a blast recording and hope you do in listening.

Film Inquiry Podcast Episode 6: Summer Movie Preview

The Fate of the Furious (2017) – source: Universal Pictures

We start off talking about the best and worst films we’ve seen recently, and then begin the monstrous trek of tackling all the big movies being rolled out over the next couple of months. Highlights include Jay’s love for Dwayne Johnson, my love for Tom Cruise, and the hilarious connection between Cars 3 and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.

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A bi-product of passion and experimentation gone wrong, Mike has spent most of his time in the field couch surfing and growing a comb-over. Several of his favorite films are Rashomon, Vertigo, Apocalypse Now, and The Naked Gun.

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